Selin Kent
Selin Kent’s fine jewelry collection is characterized by a minimalist vocabulary of clean lines, architectural forms, and simplified shapes. Incorporating 14k gold with precious stones, a refined yet playful sensibility is applied to each piece. Unique stacking options are explored, such as rings that fit into each other like puzzle pieces. Elegance and balance in design is achieved through a careful study and application of geometry and proportion. The collection consists of modern staples that are understated yet striking, and edgy yet sophisticated.
Each piece is crafted in New York using responsibly sourced precious metals and stones, ensuring a commitment to the highest quality craftsmanship as well as minimal environmental impact.
Selin’s design sensibility has been influenced by her international upbringing. "My aesthetic is very clean and linear, so on a visual level I draw from modern architecture, geometric compositions and patterns, and 20th century art movements such as Bauhaus. On a more visceral level, I am inspired by powerful and talented women who have left their mark.
Since then, her jewelry has been featured in publications such as Marie Claire, Glamour, Vogue Japan and Elle. Selin Kent designs has been spotted on trendsetters such as Emma Watson and Gisele Bündchen, who hand picked one of her rings from a photo shoot and wore it to the world cup closing ceremony.